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Henry Gray (1825–1861).  Anatomy of the Human Body.  1918.
 
sheath of these tendons. The sheath of the tendon of the Flexor pollicis longus is continued along the thumb as far as the insertion of the tendon. The mucous sheaths enveloping the terminal parts of the tendons of the Flexores digitorum have been described on page 449.


FIG. 423– The mucous sheaths of the tendons on the front of the wrist and digits. (See enlarged image)


Dorsal Carpal Ligament (ligamentum carpi dorsale; posterior annular ligament) (Figs. 421, 422).—The dorsal carpal ligament is a strong, fibrous band, extending obliquely downward and medialward across the back of the wrist, and consisting of part of the deep fascia of the back of the forearm, strengthened by the addition of some transverse fibers. It is attached, medially, to the styloid process of the ulna

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